Quebec Route 101

Route 101 is a north-south highway in northwestern Quebec. The highway begins at Route 111 in Macamic and ends at Témiscaming, a town bordering with Thorne, Ontario on the Ottawa River. It continues south as Highway 63 to North Bay, Ontario.

Route 101
Route information
Maintained by Transports Québec
Length289.3 km[1] (179.8 mi)
Major junctions
South end Highway 63 in Thorne, Ontario
  Route 391 in Saint-Édouard-de-Fabre
Route 382 in Ville-Marie
Route 117 (TCH) in Rouyn-Noranda
Route 390 in Poularies
North end Route 111 in Macamic
CountiesTémiscamingue / Rouyn-Noranda / Abitibi-Ouest
Highway system
A-85Route 104

Municipalities along Route 101

Major intersections

The entire route is located in Abitibi-Témiscamingue. 

Témiscaming0.00.0 Highway 63 south North BayContinuation into Ontario
Saint-Édouard-de-Fabre76.247.3 Route 391 north Béarn, LorrainvilleSouthern terminus of Route 391
Ville-Marie90.256.0 Route 382 east LorrainvilleWestern terminus of Route 382
Ottawa RiverBridge
Notre-Dame-du-Nord123.276.6Rue Ontario west – Temiskaming ShoresTo Ontario Highway 65
Rémigny162.5101.0 Route 391 south Rémigny, AngliersSouthern terminus of concurrency with Route 391
Rouyn-Noranda192.9119.9 Route 391 north Cloutier, BeaudryNorthern terminus of concurrency with Route 391
204.5127.1 Route 117 (TCH) north Kirkland LakeSouthern terminus of concurrency with Route 117
223.5138.9 Route 117 (TCH) south Rouyn-NorandaNorthern terminus of concurrency with Route 117
257.6160.1 Route 393 north Duparquet, La SarreSouthern terminus of Route 393
Poularies278.3172.9 Route 390 Palmarolle, Taschereau
Macamic289.3179.8 Route 111 La Sarre, Authier, Amos
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


  1. Ministère des transports, "Distances routières", page 55, Les Publications du Québec, 2005
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